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with hurricane irene. they felt that this one never measured up to the hype. what we are seeing is a storm that seems to be unfortunately exceeding the hype. we just hope folks are safe and we need them to know if anyone is listening, just hunker down. this is the absolute worst flooding we hope will be seen with the storm. it is tremendous. we have the ocean that breached the boardwalk and the bay, and double keds. a few in the center of the city, a few areas as well. neil: thank you so much, jeff. folks are dealing with a fair share of problems. all right. we do want to tell you that even though our markets are closed today and will be closed tomorrow. markets are in the verge of opening up. some very good economic numbers in japan or the unemployment rate is very low. we are getting some other encouraging news out of china. keep in mind that the inability to cross trade markets will handicap or even hurt everything you get from this trading. we will nevertheless convey it to you. we are also hearing from the national hurricane service. fourteen minutes from hurricane sandy hitting atlan
obviously are not going to be able to begin to assess until tomorrow. you know, the mta after irene which was obviously much less significant than what we are having now to really good job of getting the subway back up and running in about eight hours. as far as the tunnels, obviously it's a good thing, the critical thing is get the trains and the machinery out there. because we can try out the titles much more efficiently and quickly. the machines in the subway cars have been flooded, that would have really cut back. we get the call to go. >> reports the people chapter of the boroughs. most of the people we have spoken to. they did not heed the evacuation order. they live in zone day and did not get out. you have any sense how many people were talking, how many people might be trapped in the city of new york? >> 375,000 people in zone a approximately. we've -- our best guests was probably somewhere between 50 and 60 percent of people, were thinking upwards of 60. you can't see those. this be are now trapped. it's hard to know exactly. >> sure thing. all right. we thank you so much. the s
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